chips, almonds and marshmallows give the popcorn mix a nutty, chewy and
A Baltimore favorite, Old Bay tastes delicious on just about everything! This spicy sprinkle adds an unexpected can’t-get-enough taste to popcorn.
after you pop the popcorn, spill the warm kernels onto a cookie sheet. Drizzle
melted chocolate and caramel over top of the popcorn, spilling a little bit of
sweetness onto each bite. Let the caramel and chocolate cool a bit (so it’s not
too sticky), and prepare for some salty-sweet gooeyness.
Just a Dash
salt and pepper over the bowl to taste. It’s amazing what a little bit of added
flavor does to our fave movie snack!
broken graham cracker pieces, and chocolate chunks create a tossed-s’mores
effect. Mixed in with popcorn, and your movie night will feel like a BFF
a quarter-cup of peanut butter and a quarter-cup of maple syrup. Microwave the
mixture until it’s almost bubbling, and stir. Drizzle the peanut butter syrup
over the popcorn, and toss in pecans and peanuts for a sugary, nutty taste.
Drop your favorite cookies in a zip-lock bag. We
suggest Oreos, chocolate chip and snickerdoodles. Seal the bag tightly, then
crunch the cookies into pieces with your hands. (Tip: Try not to turn them all
into crumbs!) Pour the cookie crumble over fresh popcorn, and you’ll enjoy a
mix of each in every handful.
Which popcorn masterpiece will you create for the next sleepover? We
want to know what sounds the yummiest to you.
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You and your besties have agreed on a movie and
snuggled up in your sleeping bags. But there’s one thing left—a movie night’s
best friend—popcorn. Swap your usual buttered or plain pops for yummy
salty-sweet combos with a kick. You’ve gotta try these simple snack recipes.
The girls won’t get enough.